NAF/NAAR Symposium 2020 and 12th Annual Symposium of Architectural Research 2020 will be arranged either as an on-site event or online, 22–23 October 2020, at the University of Oulu, Finland. Extended abstract submission deadline: May 5, 2020.
Due to the worsening situation caused by COVID-19 pandemic in Japan and worldwide and after careful consultation with the Advisory Committee, the Convenor of the 14th Polar Law Symposium has decided to postpone the Kobe Polar Law Symposium to fall of 2021. Most likely it will be held around November 2021.
Three years after the pioneer e-publication on Russian Laws on Indigenous Issues UArctic experts issued “Russian Laws on Indigenous Issues (Vol. II): Wildlife Laws, Concept of Sustainable Development and supplementary legal forms for indigenous communities” (translated into English with commentary).
As the current pandemic evolves, the focus on the health effects of the coronavirus widens. While nations around the globe implement strict measures to flatten the curve of infections, concerns are rising that the virus and the measures taken to combat it, will cause long-term mental health issues.
Associate Professor Jennifer Munday from Albury Wodonga Campus of Charles Sturt University, Australia will speak about using embedded ePorfolio in a Bachelor of Education. The webinar will be held on 6th of May, 2020 at 17.00 Australian time (UTC +10).
The UArctic Philanthropy Manager will work closely with its leadership and partners to define, lead and execute philanthropic fundraising activities and programs for the non-profit UArctic Association (50-75%), the Arctic Circle (25-50%), and collaborations between the two.
The University of the Arctic (UArctic) call deadline has been extended for applications for networking projects in Arctic research and education for a UArctic member university in Greenland, Denmark or the Faroe Islands. Apply by May 10th.
Aiming to serve as a platform for a tri-centennial stocktaking, CIRCLA/AAU Arctic invites panel sessions and papers presenting and discussing analyses from across the human and social sciences for a conference on ‘Greenland-Denmark 1721+300=2021’.
Roza Laptander's "When we got reindeer, we moved to live to the tundra - The spoken and Silenced History of the Yamal Nenets" is based on the stories of the Nenets reindeer herders from the Yamal peninsula, Western Siberia. [original article from Arctic Centre - University of Lapland]
IASSA Council published the major update to the IASSA Principles and Guidelines for Conducting Ethical Research in the Arctic. This statement of principles has been formulated in accordance with the IASSA Bylaws and approved by the IASSA Council.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant to Georgetown University, in partnership with the University of Alaska Anchorage and the Arctic Institute, to establish a Research Coordination Network on Arctic Migrations.